For this work, I used the space and texture of our home and the form of my child’s dollhouse as a resource for exploring the interaction of self and other, self and the material world, and self and the space of the imaginary. I created work using the textures of our home in units the size of our hands. Tiny replications of our dollhouse appear alongside distorted footage of the same miniature house. The small books replicate the format of a complete cyanotype index of British Algae create by Anna Atkins in the mid-1800s printed at the same size as our copies of the works of Beatrix Potter. The books contain an index of Allen Eye Chart Images, an eye chart for preschoolers. I encourage consideration of the definitions of a household, and consideration of how an individual shapes and is shaped by these definitions. Through the work, I propose a closer look at the emotional spaces of home, a child’s imagined space of play that replicates these experiences of home, and the experience of the body in these material spaces.